Catherine Millet  

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Catherine Millet (born April 1, 1948) is a French art critic, curator, and founder and editor of the magazine Art Press, which focuses on modern art. She is best known as the author of the 2002 memoir The Sexual Life of Catherine M..

She is married to poet and novelist Jacques Henric.

See also

Œuvres

Art
  • Combas - Toulouse Lautrec, 1990
  • Yves Klein, 1992
  • L'art contemporain, Flammarion, 1997
  • L'art contemporain en France, Flammarion, 1998
  • François Arnal : Monographie de l'oeuvre , Cercle D'Art, 1998
  • Conversations avec Denise Rene, 2001
  • Dali et moi, Gallimard, 2005
  • François Arnal, 2005
  • L'art contemporain : Histoire et géographie, Flammarion, 2006
  • Zéro : Avant-garde internationale des années 1950-1960, par Jean-Hubert Martin, Rainer Zimmermann, Catherine Millet, et Bazon Brock, 2006
  • Almodovar : Exhibition !, Serge Toubiana, Frédéric Strauss, Matthieu Orléan, et Catherine Millet
  • Marc Desgrandchamps : Edition bilingue français-anglais, Jean-Pierre Bordaz et Catherine Millet
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